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Glyphosate and AMPA adsorption in soils: laboratory experiments and pedotransfer rules

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Adsorption of the herbicide glyphosate and its main metabolite AMPA (aminomethylphosphonic acid) was investigated on 17 different agricultural soils. Batch equilibration adsorption data are shown by Freundlich adsorp- tion isotherms. Glyphosate adsorption is clearly affected by equilibration concentrations, but the nonlinear AMPA adsorp- tion isotherms indicate saturation of the adsorption sites with increasing equilibrium concentrations. pHCaCl2 (i.e. experi- mental pH) is the major parameter governing glyphosate and AMPA adsorption in soils. However, considering pHCaCl2 values, available phosphate amount, and amorphous iron and aluminium oxide contents by using a nonlinear multiple regression equation, obtains the most accurate and powerful pedotransfer rule for predicting the adsorption constants for these two molecules. As amorphous iron and aluminium oxide contents in soil are not systematically determined, we also propose a pedotransfer rule with two variables—pHCaCl2 values and available phosphate amount—that remains accept- able for both molecules. Moreover, the use of the commonly measured pHwater or pHKCl values gives less accurate results compared to pHCaCl2 measurements. To our knowledge, this study is the first AMPA adsorption characterization for a sig- nificant number of temperate climate soils.
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hal-01299087 , version 1 (07-04-2016)

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Pauline Sidoli, Nicole Baran, Rafaël Angulo-Jaramillo. Glyphosate and AMPA adsorption in soils: laboratory experiments and pedotransfer rules. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2016, 23, pp.5733-5742. ⟨10.1007/s11356-015-5796-5⟩. ⟨hal-01299087⟩
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